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Stephen Frisbie
Steve Frisbie is a licensed real estate agent in the State of Oregon.
Steve Frisbie is a licensed real estate agent in the State of Oregon.
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How has the use of Home Equity Line of Credit changed between now and 10 years ago?
2008 vs. Now: Are Owners Using Their Homes as ATMs Again? from Keeping Current Matters:  Thursday December 6th, 2018     First Time Home Buyers ,  For Buyers ,  For Sellers ,  Housing Market Updates ,  Move-Up Buyers Over the last six years, we have experie...
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Here's some of the latest Home price statistics.....
Home Prices Up 6.34% Across the Country! [INFOGRAPHIC] from Keeping Current Matters: Friday November 30th, 2018     First Time Home Buyers ,   For Buyers ,   For Sellers ,   Infographics ,   Move-Up Buyers ,   Pricing Some Highlights: The  Federal Housing F...
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Is there a best time of year to buy or sell a home???
24% of Renters Believe Winter is the Best Time to Buy a Home  from Keeping Current Matters: Wednesday November 28th, 2018     For Buyers ,  For Sellers ,  Housing Market Updates In real estate, the spring is often seen as the ideal time to buy or sell a hou...
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Further Proof It’s NOT 2008 All Over Again  from Keeping Current Matters: Thursday November 29th, 2018     For Buyers ,  For Sellers ,  Housing Market Updates Home sales numbers are leveling off, the rate of price appreciation has slowed to more historicall...
CORVALLIS BY STEVE- a Real Estate and more blog
CORVALLIS BY STEVE- a Real Estate and more blog
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Single women account for almost one out of five home purchases....
Females Are Making It a Priority to Invest in Real Estate!  from Keeping Current Matters: Tuesday November 20th, 2018     First Time Home Buyers ,  For Buyers ,  Housing Market Updates , Millennials ,  Move-Up Buyers Everyone wants a place to call home; a p...
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Have you ever been in the military or National Guard or Reserves? You just might qualify for a no money down VA loan....
VA Home Loans by the Numbers [INFOGRAPHIC]  from Keeping Current Matters:  Friday November 9th, 2018     First Time Home Buyers ,  For Buyers ,  Infographics ,  Move-Up Buyers Some Highlights: The Veterans Administration (VA) Home Loan is a benefit that is ...
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Are your wages heading higher? If so, a new home just may be a bit more affordable....
Wage Increases Make Home Buying More Affordable  from Keeping Current Matters: Thursday November 15th, 2018     First Time Home Buyers ,  For Buyers ,  Move-Up Buyers Everyone knows that housing affordability has been negatively impacted by rising prices an...
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Tacovore is coming to Corvallis!
Looks like Corvallis is getting yet another good taco joint. There are several in town that I really like. This business is one of the better taco places in Eugene and is expanding into Corvallis to the old Dairy Queen location by Winco off of Walnut. It's ...
Tacovore is coming to Corvallis!
Tacovore is coming to Corvallis!
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Some thoughts on staging a home to be sold....
from Keeping Current Matters: The Impact Staging Your Home Has on Sales Price [INFOGRAPHIC] Some Highlights: The  National Association of Realtors  surveyed their members & released the findings of their  Annual Profile of Home Staging . 50% of staged homes...
Some thoughts on staging a home to be sold....
Some thoughts on staging a home to be sold....
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Thinking of building a new home, here's some things to keep in mind....
5 Tips When Buying a Newly Constructed Home   Tuesday November 6th, 2018     First Time Home Buyers ,  For Buyers ,  Move-Up Buyers ,  New Construction The lack of existing inventory for sale has forced many homebuyers to begin looking at new construction. ...
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